Maybe they didn't mean it *quite* like that

American Heritage Dictionary:
siren song
n. An enticing plea or appeal, especially one that is deceptively alluring.

siren song
the enticing appeal of something alluring but potentially dangerous

Alaska Airlines Insider, July 3, 2007:
"Heed the siren song of Canada, from Victoria to Edmonton. And, if you travel between September 5 and November 15, 2007, you can save 20 percent on travel—on all points Alaska and Horizon fly across the western Provinces."

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Anonymous said...

also a not-so-famous poem by double-plus famous Canadian poetess Margaret Atwood. IT'S ALL CONNECTED. Boo-ya deux!